Aug 05 2007
Mark Sapperstein – the developer of the former Chesapeake Paperboard site in Locust Point -recently met with a group from the Locust Point Civic Association and Urban Design and Architecture Review Panel (UDARP) and shared new details.
The project which he was currently referring to as the Shoppes at the Fort – is now being called McHenry Row.? They also plan to use variations such as The Shops at McHenry Row and The Lofts at McHenry Row for the 9 acre mixed use project.? The project will be phased with the garage, apartments and office space likely coming first, followed by the grocer.? The grocer still has not been officially named – but he had named Harris Teeter before.? However, the latest rumor has Fresh Market? moving in.
Sapperstein plans to have a pharmacy – both CVS and Walgreens want in on the project.? Two banks, one with a drive through window, will be part of McHenry Row.? He is also looking to bring in a lively restaurant with outdoor seating – Clydes and Green Turtle were mentioned as possibilities.
Panera Bread and Starbucks were both mentioned as likely tenants.? Apparantly this project, and Locust Point in general, is more marketable than some had thought.
? The 250 one and two bedroom upscale appartments will be managed by the Bozzuto Group.? One of the apartment buildings will have a green roof, and the developer is trying to achieve? LEED silver certification for the project – this deals with environmental sustainability.
The latest site plan is shown here. McHenry Row – Baltimore – Locust Point
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